Force Versus Flow

Trying to force things to work together is like trying to force opposite magnetic poles together. It does not work. They don’t want to work together and then they won’t.  They clash and fight and one wants to take the other over. It is similar to trying to write a song and just writing down random notes.  The notes don’t flow fluently, they clash and fight. Instead of sounding good it sounds terrible. Sometimes you can tell when and where the notes clash. When the notes don’t clash you can’t tell and it sounds great.  The notes flow together like water. You can’t force things or else things generally don’t work out quite as planned.

About Thain

I am a high school senior with a strong interest in psychology and philosophy; my interest in psychology stems from my analytical thinking, I analyze just about everything. It is similar for philosophy except that everything is more in theory than in fact. These all compound to create the reason why I joined HNWF; self help type stuff has a lot of psychological principles in it and surrounding it. I joined because I was surrounded by it and the idea of being part of it interested me.

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